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- Hardiness Zone changes: What you need to know*Change is the only inevitability. We see it in the metamorphosis of insects, the too-quick growth of our children, the gray in our hair. From one moment to the next, the cells that comprise our bodies are shifting, changing, dying, regenerating. The planet changes too, in cyclical patterns or abruptly, suddenly, and occasionally catastrophically. Often, … Read more
- Join us as we ‘Light Up The Oaks’ December 1We’re kicking off the holiday season in AIP with good food, bright lights, and holiday cheer at Light Up The Oaks starting at 5:30 pm Friday, December 1. We’ll flip the switch on the hundreds of festive lights decorating the community center at approximately 6:15 pm. Children will enjoy storytime and photos with Santa and … Read more
- Season of Giving food drive to benefit our Nassau County neighborsBrighten the season for the less fortunate in Nassau County by bringing donations for AIPCA’s annual Season of Giving food drive launching next week at Security Q&A on November 22. Your donations of non-perishable food items will be given to an outstanding local nonprofit organization: Gracie’s Kitchen. Gracie’s Kitchen is based in Yulee and provides … Read more
- Celebrate the season at Fall Festival November 11Sat Nov 11 | 12-3 pm | Drummond Point Park Join us for a fabulous fall afternoon of great food and family fun! Best of all — it’s all free! The annual Fall Festival brings our community together in beautiful Drummond Point Park to celebrate this wonderful time of year here in AIP. Always held … Read more
- Halloween Parade & Party October 31A parade of ghosts, superheroes, witches and more will kick off a fang-tastic evening of holiday fun at The Oaks! Line-up of golf carts/low-speed vehicles will begin at 4:30 pm at Walker’s Landing. The parade will step off at 5 pm. Spectators are invited to view the parade as it snakes its way from Walker’s … Read more
- View mock-up signs at AIP entrancesGrounds & Facilities last month placed mock-ups of planned new monument signs at AIPCA’s entry gates. This was to help pinpoint the best location for the permanent signs for visibility and safety. If you have feedback on the placement of the mock-up sign at any of the entrances, please email your comments to email@example.com.